Carlingtown is a decorative serif font family. It was digitally engineered by Steve Jackaman and Ashley Muir in 2009, and was originally known as the typeface ‘Constantia.’ At the time of publication ‘Constantia’ was already in use, so Jackaman decided to give this Victorian font family the new name ‘Carlingtown.’
Carlingtown has a Victorian, Art Deco, or elegant vaudeville feel. The family is quite flexible in its application, and works in everything from small paragraph size to an all-caps display size.
Carlingtown is a trademark of International TypeFounders, Inc.
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